I began teaching at HHS fall of 1999. I graduated from Kent State University where I played field hockey and softball. I received a BS in Health and Physical Education and received Masters degree in the Art of Teaching from Marygrove College in 2003. Currently I teach Physical Education, Health, and Adapted Physical Education.
Personally, I reside in Kent with my husband and 3 boys. In my free time I coach field hockey with the high school program. I also enjoy fitness, family hikes, baking and watching my boys from the sidelines in baseball, ice hockey and flag football.
I feel very fortunate to teach in Hudson and work with such great students and the teachers that surround me. My goal is to provide a positive experience for your child and fulfill their potential in health and physical education.